“On the backyard of the famous Wembley Stadium lies the Wembley Market which is an adventure/ a multicultural food and shopping journey.The wonderful aromas of the freshly grilled kebabs hit you as soon as you enter the market - followed by an array of global cuisine ranging from Chines,Thai, Caribbean,Indian to good British roast pork ,freshly fried doughnuts- the list is endless and then you can finish off by hunting for a few bargains from all over the world at very reasonable prices” in 2 reviews
Wembley Market has been going for over 40 years and is the biggest Sunday market in England!
Wembley Market is open between 9am-4pm on Sundays but when there's a major event at Wembley Stadium the market is sometimes closed so to avoid disappointment, always check the Wembley Market official website (wendyfairmarkets.com/mar…) before making plans.
Sadly, the company that owns the land where Wembley Sunday Market is located (Quintain Estates and Development Plc), has told the company that runs Wembley Market (Wendy Fair Markets) that it can no longer use the site for the market (apparently it's too down-market for their new posh development), so now Wendy Fair Markets has to find an alternative site somewhere else.
More details about Wembley Market closing down / moving can be found here:
Harrow Observer: Wembley Market Told It Must Move (harrowobserver.co.uk/wes…)
Wembley Matters: Up-market Wembley ditches Wembley Market (wembleymatters.blogspot.…)
Wembley City Blog: Wembley Market Is Closing (wembleycity.blogontheblo…)
Hopefully they will find a new location somewhere in North West London but I think it will be hard for them to find a suitable site that's large enough fingers crossed!
Very good sunday market, great place to pick up cheap good quality items. always a bargin to be found, and they have a wide variety of goods for sale.
Also lots of food stores about to pick up snacks while shopping, great local transport routes via bus and also wembley park station
Everything you could be looking for all in the one place - perfect.
As with any market, you can not gaurantee that everything you see is the 'real deal', but if this isn't something that bothers you then no problems really!
I suggest taking your time to look around to make sure you dont miss anything - it might not be there next week. with that in mind, you need to be certain about what you are buying as you wont be able to take it back.
Another reason for taking your time is so you can enjoy sampling from the many food stalls around to keep your energy levels up.
Far the best and the biggest market in london this place is awesome but beware of bogus electrical sellers that sell you just a weighted box when you think its a tv you will find these type of scams mostly have large lorrys apart from this enjoy it gets very crowded so best to leave extra early so you can get through the traffic and also get a spot in the car park you will find its a massive place and if you love to spend you will need to keep going back to the car to reload lol there are many places that you can grab a snack or drink from as you walk around best of all you can barter with the stall holders for that extra bargain it usually works ..top marks for this place
Its a good market if you want bits and bobs for cheap, lots of clothing and accesories available and the food stalls are delicious mmmm!
Wembley Market is huge. There are a vast number of stall selling anything from food to jeans. A lot of people go for the day and several coach companies run excursions. However, I find it really difficult to find things that I want to buy. It's difficult to tell if the items you are buying are authentic or not. Many stalls sell clothes but it's difficult to try them on or return them if they don't fit. I find Wembley Market a great place to visit but not to buy. It's not really a place for young children as it can get very crowded.
I was totally surprised by the number of stalls set up at Wembley market - I had heard of this market in the past but when I arrived, it struck me as simply huge.
A great range of things sold, from children's clothing to fresh produce and cooked food, it definitely contrasts with the new Wembley stadium which is only a touch away. If you take your time, I think there are some decent bargains to be picked - although authenticity is not guaranteed for branded products!
Relatively easy to get to as well, Wembley park station is simply a few strides away - just do not think it will be open on match days, or else it would be a good place to kill time before a match.
On the backyard of the famous Wembley Stadium lies the Wembley Market which is an adventure/ a multicultural food and shopping journey.The wonderful aromas of the freshly grilled kebabs hit you as soon as you enter the market - followed by an array of global cuisine ranging from Chines,Thai, Caribbean,Indian to good British roast pork ,freshly fried doughnuts- the list is endless and then you can finish off by hunting for a few bargains from all over the world at very reasonable prices
ive been goin here for over 15 years, very goodmarket, can get very very busy, the clothes stalls i find are mostly formen, but they also sell womens clothes, also footwear and food, phone accessories. plsu many more worth checking out
its the best place ever you can get whatever you want and what ever you can think off and watch out for the man with the colourful wig there hez always making everyone come to his stool but everyone should chech it out
brilliant sunday market you can find everything you need from clothing to delicious food.
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